Happy Holidays!! For the first time in years, my presents are all wrapped, my room is (mostly) clean before my relatives come tomorrow, and I am relaxing with no Christmas stress. I am going to enjoy this calm because in just a few hours, we will have 16 people squeezed into our house for Christmas dinner. Please send all of your calming thoughts my way.
While I have some down time, let me share a new collection with you.
Glam Polish is releasing the limited edition Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Collection, a 10 piece collection inspired by the fashions of Elton John and the music from Rocketman.
Featuring 4 crelly polishes, 3 holo polishes, and 3 jelly polishes, all with a little something extra, the Goodbye Yellow Brick Road collection will be available Friday, January 3rd at 2pm EST (USA) at www.glampolish.com.au.
In case there wasn’t enough incentive to spend that holiday money, Glam Polish will also be holding a sale for the first 72 hours of the release. All individual polishes in the store will be 5% off with the code GOODBYE5 and all full collections will be 10% off with the code GOODBYE10.
I have five of the polishes to share with you today. Let’s take a look!
All swatches done using Vapid Lacquer – Commitment Issues Base Coat and Get Your Shine On Quick Dry Top Coat. Pictures taken in direct lighting with a natural daylight Ottlite.
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart is described as a bright pink crelly with gold flakies.
Saturday Night’s Alright
Saturday Night’s Alright is described as a dark brown jelly with shifting iridescent flakies and ultra holo glitter.
Rocket Man is described as a silver holo with a hint of blue, holo flakies and aurora shimmer.
Crocodile Rock is described as a dark blue jelly with iridescent flakies and neon glitter mix.
The B%$&# Is Back
The B%$&# Is Back is described as a holo base with shifting multichrome flakies, aurora shimmer, ultra holo glitter and fine holo microglitter.
Shown in two coats with no undie. Topped with a glossy top coat.
Shown in one thin coat over a teal creme polish. Topped with a matte top coat.